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    Chance and Determinism in Avicenna and Averroes.Catarina Belo - 2007 - Brill.
    This book addresses the issue of determinism in Avicenna and Averroes through an analysis of their views on chance, matter and divine providence.
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    Essence and Existence in Avicena and Averroes.Catarina Belo - 2009 - Al-Qantara 30 (2):403-426.
    El presente artículo explora las percepciones sobre la existencia de los filósofos medievales musulmanes Avicena (m. 1037) y Averroes (m. 1198), cuyas obras se encuentran muy próximas a la filosofía de Aristóteles. Además de la influencia aristotélica, que caló en toda la filosofía islámica medieval, Avicena y Averroes estuvieron inspirados por la teología islámica, conocida en árabe como Kalam. La distinción entre esencia y existencia es uno de los más fundamentales y controvertidos aspectos de la filosofía de Avicena junto a (...)
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    Andalus and Sefarad: On Philosophy and Its History in Islamic Spain By Sarah Stroumsa.Catarina Belo - 2021 - Journal of Islamic Studies 32 (2):272-275.
    Andalus and Sefarad: On Philosophy and Its History in Islamic Spain By StroumsaSarah, xxi + 220 pp. Price HB £30.00. EAN 978–0691176437.
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    Avicenna. The Physics of the Healing: A Parallel English-Arabic Text in Two Volumes.Catarina Belo - 2012 - Journal of the American Oriental Society 132 (1):146.
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    Ibn Rushd on God's Decree and Determination (Al-Qada' Wa-L-Qadar).Catarina Belo - 2006 - Al-Qantara 27 (2):245-264.
    Este artículo se basa en el capítulo de Ibo Ruid sobre los atributos qa'd wa-qadar de Alláb, que se ocupa del concepto de "predestinación", como ejemplo de una aproximación racionalista que introduce conceptos filosóficos en un viejo debate religioso. Es mi propósito presentar el argumento de Ibo RuId que contiene inequívocas alusiones aristotélicas; por tanto, la armonización de la religión y la filosofia implícita en sus argumentos es uno de los puntos que trataré de explorar en este trabajo. Igualmenle, estoy (...)
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    Mu'tazilites, Al-Ash'ari and Maimonides on Divine Attributes.Catarina Belo - 2007 - Veritas – Revista de Filosofia da Pucrs 52 (3):117-131.
    This article analyses the debate concerning divine attributes in medieval Islamic theology (kalam), more specifically in Mu‘tazilite and in Ash‘arite theology. It further compares their approach with that of medieval Jewish philosopher Moses Maimonides (d. 1204). In particular it studies the identification of the divine attributes with God’s essence in Mu‘tazilite theology, which flourished in the first half of the 9th century. It discusses the Ash‘arite response that followed, and which consisted in considering God’s attributes as real entities separate from (...)
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    Mu‘Tazilites, Al-Ash‘Ari and Maimonides on Divine Attributes.Catarina Belo - 2007 - Veritas – Revista de Filosofia da Pucrs 52 (3).
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    The Concept of 'Nature' in Aristotle, Avicenna and Averroes.Catarina Belo - 2015 - Kriterion: Journal of Philosophy 56 (131):45-56.
    This study is concerned with 'nature' specifically as the subject-matter of physics, or natural science, as described by Aristotle in his "Physics". It also discusses the definitions of nature, and more specifically physical nature, provided by Avicenna and Averroes in their commentaries on Aristotle's "Physics". Avicenna and Averroes share Aristotle's conception of nature as a principle of motion and rest. While according to Aristotle the subject matter of physics appears to be nature, or what exists by nature, Avicenna believes that (...)
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